COURTESY PHOTO, Robert “Bob” Christophersen

COURTESY PHOTO, Robert “Bob” Christophersen

Legion family of Kent serves up holiday dinner to the community

Legion family of Kent serves up holiday dinner to the community

  • Monday, December 9, 2019 11:16am
  • News

The American Legion Post 15 and the legion family of Kent provided and served their annual holiday dinner Sunday.

Chriss R. Moen, middle, second vice commander Post 15, welcomes and thanks special guests, two lance corporals from United States Marine Corp, Detachment Joint Base Lewis-McChord. The Marines are area coordinators for the Toys For Tots drive program, which brings gifts to less fortunate children.

The Legion family, which is made of Unit 15, Squadron 15, and the Legion Riders, enjoyed the special meal with the community and their special guests.

Don Whittington, commander, Post 15, hosted the annual holiday dinner.


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